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1 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Reducing Probe Responses for faster AP discovery Slide 1 Authors: March 2012 NameAffiliationsAddressPhone Jaehyung SongLG Electronics LG R&D Complex 533, Hogye-1dong, Dongan-Gu, Anyang, Kyungki, , Korea Giwon Park LG Electronics LG R&D Complex 533, Hogye-1dong, Dongan-Gu, Anyang, Kyungki, , Korea Jinsam Kwak LG Electronics LG R&D Complex 533, Hogye-1dong, Dongan-Gu, Anyang, Kyungki, , Korea Kiseon Ryu LG Electronics10225 Willow Creek Rd, San Diego, CA, 92131, USA +1 (858) Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

2 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Abstract The submission proposes a general framework to improve the AP discovery for fast initial link set up. Slide 2Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

3 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Conformance w/ TGai PAR & 5C Sept 2011 Slide 3 Conformance QuestionResponse Does the proposal degrade the security offered by Robust Security Network Association (RSNA) already defined in ? No Does the proposal change the MAC SAP interface?No Does the proposal require or introduce a change to the architecture?No Does the proposal introduce a change in the channel access mechanism?No Does the proposal introduce a change in the PHY?No Which of the following link set-up phases is addressed by the proposal? (1) AP Discovery (2) Network Discovery (3) Link (re-)establishment / exchange of security related messages (4) Higher layer aspects, e.g. IP address assignment 1,2 Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

4 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Motivation A number of proposals suggests methods to reduce the number of probe responses –Most of the proposals focus on filtering mechanisms based on the network identity that the AP of interest belongs to –While conflicting methods require a careful examination by the TG, most of the methods can be integrated in a structure manner –However, there are possibly more filtering items that need to be included, considering user’s preference –Two other filtering mechanisms are introduced in this perspective Slide 4Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

5 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Probe Response Filtering Proposals until today –Filtering criteria proposed until today can be categorized as following: –These filtering items can be coordinated so that they can be applied in a selective manner Slide 5Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

6 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 But, something is missing A user applies his/her preference in AP selection, not only the identity of AP or Network –Such as the cost of the network usage and the strength of the signal Thus, we need another category to incorporate this user behavior Slide 6Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

7 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Considering the user (or station) behavior Considering the user (or station) behavior, an additional filtering item to filter out unnecessary probe responses is proposed: –A charging information – A user can select APs, which provide free-of-charge network access, to respond to the probe request. Charging preference IE is included in probe request, when the STA discovers desired AP. –Another filtering item is proposed: RSSI based filtering – A STA can select APs, which provide a signal strength above the threshold that STA specifies, to respond to the probe request. Signal strength (e.g., RSSI) threshold can be included in probe request, when the STA discovers desired AP. Slide 7Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

8 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Conclusion Various proposals for filtering of probe response can be integrated in a structure manner. Additional filtering item can be used to filter out unnecessary probe responses. –Charging preference information –Signal strength of STA Slide 8Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

9 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Strawpoll 1 Do you agree to make changes to the TGai framework specification as follow: The draft specification shall support for a method to apply filtering mechanism(s) to reduce the number of wasted probe response frames, in a selective manner. Yes: No: Abstain: Slide 9Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

10 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Strawpoll 2 Do you agree to make changes to the TGai framework specification as follow: The draft specification shall support for a method to filter out unnecessary probe response frames based on the Non-AP Station’s preference. Yes: No: Abstain: Slide 10Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

11 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Strawpoll 3 Do you agree to make changes to the TGai framework specification as follow: The draft specification shall include support for the method to decide whether the AP transmits the probe response frame to STA or not by including the received signal strength (e.g., RSSI) threshold in probe request frame. Yes: No: Abstain: Slide 11Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.

12 doc.:IEEE /0259r3 Submission March 2012 Strawpoll 4 Do you agree to make changes to the TGai framework specification as follow: The draft specification shall include support for the method to decide whether the AP transmits the probe response frame to STA or not by including the charging information (e.g., free-of-charge network access) in probe request frame. Yes: No: Abstain: Slide 12Jae-Hyung Song, LG Electronics Inc.


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